A. N. Trofimov

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Impairments to cognitive functions in in children and adults often result from various pathologies occurring during the prenatal period and early postnatal period of development (birth traumas, hypoxia, infectious diseases). The present study identified impaired learning in a Morris water maze in adult rats given interleukin-1β during the third week of(More)
Hypotheses relating to the developmental nature of cognitive impairments in schizophrenia and other neuropathologies propose that the development of stable cognitive deficit involves important roles for hypoxia, trauma, and infections operating during the prenatal and early postnatal periods. These pathological states are accompanied by increases in the(More)
According to the Neurodevelopmental hypothesis, the long-lasting cognitive deficit in schizophrenia and other types of neuropathology may occur by injurious factors, such as hypoxia, traumas, infections that take place during pre- and postnatal development, at least at early stages. These pathological conditions are often associated with the high production(More)
Children's and adults' cognitive dysfunctions are frequently caused by various types of pathology such as birth injuries, hypoxias, and infections suffered in prenatal and early postnatal periods of ontogenesis. These abnormal conditions trigger high production of proinflammatory cytokines by the cells of nervous and immune systems. The role of(More)
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